Attallah College of Educational Studies is thrilled to announce that one of its very own, Mirvais “Mir” Aminy, a Ph.D. in Education student, has secured a spot in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Scholars Fellowship program. Among thousands of applicants, only 40 were selected this year as Healthy Policy Research Scholars (HPRS). Dr.
The Thompson Policy Institute on Disability (TPI) garnered immense interest for its 2023 Summit on Disability and Inclusion. The annual event gathered 600 registered participants — including education faculty, teachers, medical professionals, business leaders, service providers, families, and self-advocates — all eager to engage in this crucial discussion. The eighth annual cornerstone event organized by
Did you know that Attallah College of Educational Studies’ teacher education program is the longest, continuously operating academic program at Chapman University? For more than 160 years, Chapman University has prepared teachers to serve their local communities. We are thrilled to share the individual stories of some of our alumni, who have dedicated their careers
Chapman University is proud to have been strongly represented in the prestigious 2023 American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference. The Attallah College of Educational Studies’ faculty, staff, and alumni showcased its expertise in 36 meetings, panels, and paper and poster presentations during the conference. Furthermore, faculty and staff members earned recognition through four awards presented
Dr. Stephany Cuevas, an assistant professor in the Integrated Educational Studies (IES) program at Attallah College of Educational Studies, received the “Early Career Award” for her first book, “Apoyo Sacrificial, Sacrificial Support: How Undocumented Latinx Parents Get Their Children to College.” The award was presented at the 18th annual American Association of Hispanics in Higher
Chapman University’s Attallah College is thrilled to welcome new initiates to the Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) International Honor Society and introduce the new chapter advisor, Dr. Kristen Doorn, Assistant Professor, at the Spring 2023 Initiation Ceremony. KDP, founded in 1911, is an international honor society in education representing the top 20% of students entering the
Chapman is honored to have been involved with the annual California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) conference. Attallah College of Educational Studies was represented in 13 total activities. Dr. Brianna Meshke McLay, an Attallah College Ed.S. and Ph.D. alum, was presented the Michael Goodman award at the CASP convention for research associated with her dissertation,
Each year, Chapman University honors alumni who have proven themselves to be exceptional in their accomplishments. As leaders in education, organizations and communities, the honorees represent the finest values and achievements of Chapman alumni, and serve as role models for students and others in our community. Attallah College of Educational Studies honored Dr. Jared T.
The Thompson Policy Institute on Disability’s (TPI) 2022 Summit on Disability and Inclusion brings together a variety of stakeholders dedicated to developing inclusive spaces for the disability community in schools, employment, and society. Disability Awareness Disability rights advocate and educator, Diana Pastora Carson, M.Ed., joined the in-person event to share an intimate keynote address titled,